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English translation of 'balivernes'

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balivernes

[balivɛʀn ]
plural feminine noun
twaddle sg (Brit)nonsense sg

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Example Sentences Including 'balivernes'

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L'idée que le développement économique conduit ipso facto à la démocratie est à ranger au musée des balivernes.
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Les pêcheurs ont rétorqué que c’étaient des balivernes.
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Mais ce ne sont que balivernes.
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Pas question de croire un instant à ces balivernes, de couper dans ce ravalement de façade.
Le Monde (2000)
Pour citer un classique socialiste hongrois: "balivernes!".
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Trends of 'balivernes'

Used Occasionally. balivernes is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'balivernes' in Other Languages

British English: nonsense /ˈnɒnsəns/ NOUN
If you say that something spoken or written is nonsense, you mean that you consider it to be untrue or silly.
...all that poetic nonsense about love.
  • American English: nonsense
  • Arabic: هِرَاءٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: absurdo
  • Chinese: 胡说
  • Croatian: besmislica
  • Czech: nesmysl
  • Danish: sludder
  • Dutch: onzin
  • European Spanish: tonterías
  • Finnish: hölynpöly
  • French: balivernes
  • German: Unsinn
  • Greek: ανοησία
  • Italian: stupidaggine
  • Japanese: ナンセンス
  • Korean: 허튼 소리
  • Norwegian: tull
  • Polish: absurd
  • European Portuguese: absurdo
  • Romanian: nonsens
  • Russian: вздор
  • Latin American Spanish: tonterías
  • Swedish: nonsens
  • Thai: ไร้สาระ
  • Turkish: saçma
  • Ukrainian: нісенітниця
  • Vietnamese: chuyện vô lý

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Translation of balivernes from the Collins French to English
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